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Piseth Pelika inquiry stalls

Piseth Pelika inquiry stalls

THERE has been little advance in the investigation of the killing of

well-known dancer and actress Piseth Pelika.

Pelika died on July 13 after

being shot three times as she was shopping in the O'Russey market with her

seven-year-old niece, who was seriously wounded.

General Teng Savong,

head of the committee investigating her death, said they were working hard but

there was no news of a culprit. He declined to say if he was optimistic that

anyone would be charged.

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